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Yoshie Furuhashi
Yoshie Furuhashi, Founder, Movement Translation Service
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Ben Norton 4h
Replying to @GrayzoneProject
Venezuela's CLAP (Local Supply & Production Committees) program is almost entirely ignored in the corporate media, but it's a huge factor in why working-class Venezuelans still support the gov. We have video reports on CLAP coming soon at
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Misión Verdad 5h
| Para dotar a 1 millón de familias con combos de 18 kilos de alimentos, como hace el gobierno venezolano con los CLAP, se necesitarían 232 vuelos de los que han enviado con "ayuda humanitaria".
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Ben Norton 4h
Crucial point: To give 1 million families each 18 kilos of food, as the Venezuelan government does with CLAP (a program where the gov gives basically free food to communities), there would need to be 232 flights of the US gov's bogus "humanitarian aid"
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Steve Ellner Feb 21
Los efectos indirectos de las sanciones contra Venezuela han hecho tanto daño a la economía venezolana – por no decir más – que los efectos directos. Entrevista de Jorge Gestoso conmigo en TELESUR:
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Steve Ellner Feb 15
Narrative on Venezuela accepted by Washington and media justifies US intervention. It states Maduro is an autocrat and attributes Venezuela’s economic problems solely to government incompetence. I try to refute those notions in Consortium News article
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Steve Ellner Feb 8
Juan Guaidó's self-proclamation bolsters radical fringe of Venezuelan opposition thanks to neo-cons in Washington. My article in “NACLA: Report on the Americas” explores discrediting of Venezuelan opposition due to its close association with Washington.
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Alfred de Zayas 6h
The "human rights industry" is having a field day with -- but far from helping the Venezuelan people, they are adding to their misery -- and corrupting language, instrumentalizing human rights into weapons instead of entitlements
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The Empire Files 16h
Replying to @EmpireFiles
Dangerous war escalation at Venezuela's border, where Trump & his band of war criminals are provoking Maduro's government, using the delivery of "aid" as a trojan horse for military intervention.
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Max Blumenthal 17h
And the Venezuelan military is expected to take orders from these doofuses? Silliest coup ever.
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Eva Golinger 16h
Venezuela closes its border with Colombia. Earlier closed border with Brazil and maritime border with Aruba, Curazao & Bonaire. In all those places, the US has reinforced its military presence and is using the guise of 'humanitarian aid' to justify intervention & regime change.
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Chris Williamson MP #GTTO 12h
This is a must-watch interview by journalist with UN special rapporteur who rejects media assertions about a 'humanitarian crisis' in yet Have NEVER asked him for a comment
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🌐 اعتمادآنلاين Feb 20
🎥 | محمود احمدی‌نژاد در گفت‌وگوی ویدئویی با : 🔹دو تا خدا در دنیا باشد، فساد می‌شود 🔹بعضی از بخش‌های قانون اساسی و ساختارها باید تغییر کند 🔹مردم هر سیستم حکومتی خواستند، حقشان است این گفت‌وگو را و 👇
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هیس..تآمین Feb 20
دکتر در گفت‌وگوی ویدئویی با برنامه رادیکال اعتمادآنلاین: یه داریم راجع به همه چی تصمیم میگیره، به کجا پاسخ میده:هیچ جا/ [حتی نمیزاره مردم بفهمن کدوم نماینده به چی رای داده]
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Fereshteh Sadeghi فرشته صادقی Feb 21
Ex-president is back with a 1h 20m-interview with Reformist news website : He criticizes for its vast powers while not answering to any authority: "They don't even allow people to know their votes, take some decisions behind closed doors"
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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Feb 18
When wealth,power, and media are monopolized by a minority, how can they speak about freedom and justice? The capitalist systems can never grant freedom and justice.
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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Feb 20
Will the constant bickering between the Democrat and Republican parties result in an internal struggle? Or is it just a game to distract us all from the real issues?
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Rezvani 🇮🇷 9h
Replying to @DanielKRad
Absolutely. But the problem is: too many people with tomans in their trouser pockets.. that belong to the striking workers of sugar and steel mills (for example). We will end up with the next Ahmadinejad soon. 😣
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Daniel Khazeni-Rád 9h
Replying to @JrRezvani
Fair point, but people also deserve to enjoy themselves.
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Rezvani 🇮🇷 9h
Replying to @DanielKRad
Vanity projects 😣
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Daniel Khazeni-Rád 8h
Replying to @Atabrisi
Tat Bank's Ansari.
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